Civil and Industrial Plants


The course in Civil and Industrial Plants trains a technician operating at the intersection between construction, mechanic, electronics and computer science. This profile distinguishes itself thanks to its ability to combine advanced technological skills in the design, management, maintenance and support of complex plants, both civil and industrial.



How is the course in civil and industrial plants structured?

The two-year Civil and Industrial Plants course consists of 2,000 hours in which solid theoretical and experimental training, and practical application through a traineeship is provided. Every course provides adequate knowledge of instruments and in-depth mastery of experimental methods.

The courses allow a maximum of 25 students and require in-person attendance for 80% of the scheduled number of hours.

What are the requirements to access the civil and industrial plants course?

To be eligible to take part in an ITS pathway, one must:

  • Hold a secondary education diploma or vocational diploma supplemented with one year of IFTS pathways, or other qualification obtained abroad and recognized as suitable.

What professions can be practiced with a degree in civil and industrial plants?

At the end of this two-year ITS pathway in Civil and Industrial Plants the possible professions are:

  • Plant Designer
  • Plant Maintainer
  • Technical Support
  • Process Optimization

What is issued at the end of the pathway?

Those who pass the final exam at the end of the second year will be awarded the Higher Technical Diploma, corresponding to the V level of the European Qualifications Framework (EQF).


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